Share This: By Adrian Kranjčević International Conference “Enlargement of the European Union from Sofia to London and beyond: Results and Perspectives for the Western Balkan Countries”, Novi Sad, June 27th 2018.
Share This: On Sunday, July 1st, Austria took over the semi-annual EU presidency.
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević The 2018 Sofia Summit was supposed to be Thessaloniki 2003 Vol. 2 but it turned out it sowed the seeds of pessimism instead of optimism that was overspilling 15 years ago. The key question is: … Continue reading
Share This: In its decision issued on Tuesday, February 27, the European Court of Justice ruled that the inclusion of the Western Sahara territory into the scope of the application of the EU-Morocco fisheries agreement would constitute a violation of … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević When I asked then French Ambassador to Serbia Christine Moro a question during the “World in 2016” Conference, held in Belgrade, about EU standards that should be applied prior to formal accession, I implied that … Continue reading
Share This: As always, we will work diligently and responsibly on the implementation of reforms, primarily because of the interests of our citizens and the promises we have given to them so that, in the end, the EU membership will … Continue reading
Share This: On the 16th of January the Ambassador of the Republic of Bulgaria to the Republic of Serbia H. E. Mr. Radko Vlaykov presented the priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU in hotel Metropol … Continue reading
Share This: Ensuring more effective coordination of the child protection system should be prioritised and further efforts made to ensure uniform implementation of policy.
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević During my last interview with Teofil Pančić, we stumbled across the issue of so-called “European values”, which is a term or platitude that has been used far too many times without true understanding. Our discussion … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Yes, in a James Bond manner. When we mention the migrant crisis we all think about painful scenes from the Middle East; about Afghani, Pakistani or African migrants heading to Europe under inhuman conditions. But … Continue reading